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Reterieve the values in T-SQl

Posted on 2013-11-26
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Hi Team,

I want to achieve the below result in T-SQL
ex:

@t='Country|Aug|BA.2|1|N/A'

I want to replace BA.2 dynamically, that's means any values after 2nd "|" can be replaced by my another variables.
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Something like this?

declare @t varchar(1000) = 'Country|Aug|BA.2|1|N/A';
declare @replacementValue varchar(1000) = 'something new';

with PipePosition as (
	select CHARINDEX('|', @t, CHARINDEX('|', @t)+1) PositionOfSecondPipe
		, CHARINDEX('|', @t, CHARINDEX('|', @t, CHARINDEX('|', @t)+1)+1) PositionOfThirdPipe
)
select REPLACE(@t
	, SUBSTRING(@t, PositionOfSecondPipe+1, PositionOfThirdPipe - PositionOfSecondPipe-1)
	, @replacementValue)
from PipePosition

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by:prashant04
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Thanks for the solution its working!
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